Part of the reason Bills rookie T.J. Graham signed his contract today was so he could get to work on time.
The Bills are the first team to open any facet of their training camp, with rookies reporting to work at the team facility on a voluntary basis today. The team will report to training camp at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, N.Y. later this month.
“I’m just excited to officially be part of the team so I’m ready to get things started,” Graham told the Bills’ official website.
Other rookies will have to wait. The next groups of first-year players to begin their NFL journeys will be the Panthers’ and Redskins’, who report to their respective camps on July 16.
A full list of camp reporting dates can be found here.